Cyprus Seeks Russian Loan to Improve Terms If EU Rescue NeededStelios Orphanides
Cyprus, which may need as much as 6 billion euros ($7.6 billion) to prop up its banks, is pursuing a loan from Russia to improve its bargaining position in case it has to turn to its euro-area partners for emergency aid.
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